Report on mailbox creation/move date Exchange 2007

Posted on 2009-12-22
Last Modified: 2013-05-09
Hello Experts,

Does anyone know how to find out a mailbox creation/move date in Exchange 2007/2010 using powershell?

Question by:kevster5
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    Not sure about PowerShell, but I know that repadmin can.  I have used the method described in this article with success.
    I polled a few Exchange Admins I know, and none of them knew of a PowerShell comandlet which accomplished your goal.
    Good Luck!  Justin
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    Expert Comment

    check if this helps or even if moved there is a log created by the Exchange server while moving a mailbox
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    Accepted Solution


    Get-mailbox <username> | Select Whencreated, Whenchanged
    This is will not give you 100 % accurate information. When you move the mailbox ad attributes will be changed and that time will be stamped with whenchaned


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